Bennett gives up on Foreign Minister for Education portfolio
'EU concerned over Likud proposals to weaken Israel's judiciary'
Liberman lashes out at South Africa after Israel denies visa to Communist minister
Coalition deals waiting for Kahlon approval
Universality shown in visual search by fish and humans
Voice of the people
Avoid preventable accidents during festivities
Israel Academy of Sciences UK’s Royal Society sign agreement for exchange program
Over 270,000 light virtual candles via Defense Ministry app
Court delays cancellation of Oil Refineries business licenses in Haifa
3-d printing aircraft parts may be in Israel's near future
Chief scientist says startups boom but fail to grow into mature companies
The weird and wonderful world of Aya Ben-Ron
He’s a believer
This Week on TV: 'Mad Men,' 'Bloodline' and more
Movie Review: 'Self Made'
Maccabi Tel Aviv crisis deepens with humbling defeat at Gilboa
Acre continues resurgence with win
Soccer: More excitement at bottom of table than top
Remembering Hoch’le: Fallen Israeli war hero/hoops star
Israel sending planes to rescue citizens from Nepal after earthquake
Terrorist shot dead after stabbing Border Policeman in Hebron
'IAF struck missile bases in Syria,' Al-Jazeera report says
Border police officers shoot, kill knife wielding Palestinian near Jerusalem checkpoint
100 Palestinian doctors authorized to work in Israeli hospitals, reversing intifada ban
Ongoing tensions over Temple Mount stoked by Jordanian-funded carpet
Senior Russian rabbi: Putin ouster would endanger Jews
John Galliano to speak at London Jewish event, four years post anti-Semitic tirade
German lawmakers defy Turkey, call massacre of Armenians 'genocide'
MKs take part in ceremony marking 100 years since Armenian genocide
Uplifting end to the 2015 March of the Living
Egypt to extend state of emergency three more months in northern Sinai
Pentagon: Iran moves ships, reducing tensions near Yemen
Saudi Arabia foils ISIS-backed plot on its grounds
United Nations to begin talks with Syrian groups in hopes to end conflict
'Hezbollah built airstrip for Iranian-made drones in Lebanon'
Jpost editorial: The two-year budget
Why should we, Palestinians, learn about the Holocaust?
Letters to the editor: Props on a stage
Brothers in arms
Listening for Tamar’s scream
The Begin phenomenon
Book Review: Anywhere but Zion
Book Review: Russian compound interest
Hot off the Arab press
Catching the wave
The Armenian imperative
Take a walk
A culture of survivors
Grapevine: Coalition against pollution
Egypt’s fight against terror
Saving Democracy from Itself
The sorry state of Yemen
The Jewish Communal Fund must stop funding anti-Israel causes
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Searching for human rights in the Republic of the Congo
Following the green line
Jerusalemites of note
Holocaust Remembrance Day: What’s in a name?
Sa'ar says national unity government is 'still on the table'
Israeli parties prepare legislative demands for Netanyahu's new coalition
With full term possible, Netanyahu may outlast Ben-Gurion (and Obama)
Arab sector turnout for recent elections reached 63.5%, polling data shows
Joubran: Polls have to include parties that don’t pass threshold
Al-Qaida suspects may have been targeting Vatican, Italian prosecutor says
France detains armed suspect allegedly planning church attack
IN PHOTOS: Ethiopians struggle to come to terms with beheadings of Christians in Libya
ISIS destroys ancient Christian cemeteries in Iraq
After second incident of ISIS murdering Christians in Libya, foreign minister 'appalled'
New Occupational Therapy Room and Garden for the Galilee Medical Center
Landscaping Absorption Centers with Ethiopian Immigrants
Holocaust Day Ceremony Honoring the Heroism of Jewish Rescuers
Pedaling Along the Tel Aviv Shore
Chinese Ambassador Visits the Israel-China Friendship Fores
Expo 2015: Italian Journalists Tour the Arava
President of Lombardy Tours Israel Prior to Milan Expo
French Students Get to Know the Real Israel
New Bio-filters Purify Surface Runoff Water for Reuse
Future Tour Guides Discover the Negev with KKL-JNF
The Shamir Drilling Project
Graduation Ceremony for Rosh HaAyin’s Volunteer Firefighters
From Sunny Israel to Cold Canada
Walking for Water with KKL France in the Mountains of Eilat
JNF Ontario Community Mission Tours the Western Negev
Celebrating 50 Years of German-Israeli Diplomatic Relations
The Negev Conference on Agricultural Research and Development
Arava Open Day: Food Security for Israel and the Entire World
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
How One Oleh is Helping to Transform the Way People Drink Water
From Think Tank to Environmental Consultant
Award Winning Designer Launches Career as Wedding Dressmaker
Outdoor Fitness Israel: An Innovative Fitness Program Developed By UK Olim
5 Tips to Land a Job in Israel
Starting Your Own Business in Israel: Real Life Examples
5 Strategies for Finding Your Professional Place in Israel
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36 Hours in Southern Israel
Food Shopping In Israel
How Women Can Have it All in Israel
The Eisenberg’s Long Journey Home
Why Retirees are Thriving in Israel
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6 Frequently Asked Questions about Israeli Healthcare
Starting Over in Israel
WATCH: Why Olim #LiveLoveIsrael
5 Ways that Olim Kick Back
VIDEO: Are you ready for the South?
Sovev Tel Aviv, Israel’s Largest Biking Event
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NBN Announces Bonei Zion Prize Recipients for 2015
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04.26.2015 | 7 Iyar, 5775
Instead of waiting in notoriously long lines at branches, customers can register online or via the postal app.
By NIV ELIS
Amuta21C brings together wide ranging groups to impact on non-profits
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Non-profit organization director says 38% of US Jewish charity is directed toward Israel.
Lawmakers speak to parliamentary aides visiting Israel from nine European states for StandWithUs-backed conference.
By LAHAV HARKOV
Shas, UTJ reject calls by prime minister’s party to join coalition in light of degraded security situation.
By GIL HOFFMAN
Haredi MKs singled out for poor showing; Likudniks with poorest grades were Ophir Akunis, Gila Gamliel, Haim Katz, President-elect Reuven Rivlin.
“The attempt to pass a constitution under pressure is unnecessary and improper before we work on a merger,” says Ariel.
Livni has not set foot in the UK since 2009 due to the threat of arrest for war crimes; British law recently changed, allowing for visit.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
L’histoire l’a prouvé. L’union nationale n’est pas une mauvaise option. Souvenez-vous de Shimon Peres et d’Itzhak Shamir
By ARYE MEKEL
Le scrutin approche et deux principaux scénarios se profilent. Au jeu des alliances, qui a le plus de chance de former une coalition stable ? Sachant qu’en politique israélienne, rien n’est vraiment prévisible…
By YONI DAYAN
Moshé Kahlon pourrait bien tenir entre ses mains la composition du futur gouvernement
By LESLIE SUSSER
By HERB KEINON
Israël se dirige, si aucun bouleversement de dernière minute ne survient, vers des élections anticipées. La campagne est lancée. Retour sur les différents partis en course, les unions scellées en coulisse, les stratégies et les prévisions
By EVE HAKIMI
Livni reporte le vote de la loi sur la nationalité. Israël Beiteinou bloque celle sur la TVA à 0%. Lapid menace. Netanyahou et Bennett trépignent. La coalition est-elle sur le point d’exploser?
By SYLVIE BERGER
Tzouk Eitan, un conflit « asymétrique » où Tsahal se comporte de manière plus que morale. Décryptage.
By RICHARD DARMON
That depends on how you define democracy – which is why the ‘Jewish vs. democratic’ debate has become so fraught.
By EVELYN GORDON
Will Olmert’s conviction and the accompanying anti-corruption atmosphere in Israel impact the upcoming presidential election? Probably not, Israelis see "clean" politicians as lacking what it takes to get ahead.
Tamir Nir, set to replace Rachel Azaria, is looking forward to working fulltime for the city.
By NAAMA BARAK
New city council member Aaron Leibowitz hopes to bring about change in the capital.
By PEGGY CIDOR
Despite global fluctuations, the Jerusalem real-estate market is still going strong.
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
Knesset Speaker finds it unacceptable to go on break right after elections, seeks to change schedule.
Zionist Union co-leader expresses concern over election results in radio interview.
Opposition to Eli Yishai's new party to Otzma was partly driven by the position of Rabbi Tzvi Tau.
By JEREMY SHARON
Legislation would add politicians to Supreme Court judicial selection panel.
By GIL HOFFMAN,YONAH JEREMY BOB
PM faces criticism as deadline to form new government approaches; premier meets with Kulanu leader Kahlon on Monday night.
Herzog continues to claim reports of a meeting with Netanyahu are untrue.
Sources close to Bayit Yehudi leader say PM had agreed to appoint Bennett defense minister but reserved the right to try to persuade him to take Foreign Ministry instead.
Shas is currently in advanced negotiations with the Likud party to enter the next coalition government, with Deri seeking the Interior portfolio.
PM and his finance minister-designate meet for three hours in effort to work out differences and enable the formation of a new government.
"Netanyahu has the right to close a deal with Herzog. We wouldn't be part of such a government."
New Zionist Union MK seeks to bolster agriculture, strengthen the periphery and improve ties between local and national government.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Shas leader Arye Deri Tuesday night and marathon coalition talks will take place next week.
It could take a splitting solution to end the coalition conundrum that has become a splitting headache.
Demand could result in a confrontation with the Supreme Court and US President Barack Obama.
The large majority of haredi boys are taught extremely basic Maths and English in elementary school and virtually none in high school.
Only one party is scheduled to meet with Likud representatives during Passover break.
New MK Merav Ben Ari of Kulanu wants to deal with social issues on a national level.
Speaking ahead of the swearing-in of the new Knesset, Rivlin said the outgoing government was limited in its ability to serve the public and the new one needed to start working.
"Bayit Yehudi is a central partner in this coalition and there's no reason that this should not go forward," says MK Yariv Levin, a member of the Likud negotiation team.
Fisher: For first time ever parents intend to exercise right to influence 25% of school curriculum.
54-year-old Bayit Yehudi MK's medical condition had worsened significantly on Sunday.
By GIL HOFFMAN,JPOST.COM STAFF
Channel 10 reporter Raviv Drucker was accused of first leaking the documents which charge the prime minister with accepting flights funded by wealthy associates.
By HERB KEINON,YONAH JEREMY BOB
Yisrael Beytenu says that the investigation is an attempt to harm the party given that it comes at the height of an election campaign.
By BEN HARTMAN
The highest average wages were paid out to Israeli state-owned firms, starting with the ports in Haifa, where workers earned NIS 28,790 per month.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH,NIV ELIS
Political turmoil will dampen economic growth and hinder fiscal planning, says credit agency Moody's.
Foreign minister calls for a new government that could work together to overcome a myriad of challenges facing.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,GIL HOFFMAN
Yesh Atid MK says more focus needs to be placed on foreign affairs.
Labor leader says it is likely elections are on the way as current coalition faces crisis.
Lapid refuted headlines in Sunday's "Yediot Aharonot" that claimed he had given Netanyahu an ultimatum threatening elections.
Olmert's former chief-of-staff took the state's deal and turned against her around three-decades-long boss to get several years of prison cut from her sentence and said she never received the funds.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Central Election Committee comes first in Transparency International ranking, while civil service comes last and government, political parties get low scores.
Ministry reports detail spending on holiday gifts, unusual supplies, employee perks; advocates hail increased transparency.
The proposal was raised by Meretz MK Ilan Gilon and supported by a number of MKs from parties in both the coalition and opposition.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Gideon Sa'ar makes surprise announcement at holiday toast stating intentions to leave the gov't and the Knesset; says it's for family; Likudniks say it's politics.
By GIL HOFFMAN,LAHAV HARKOV
The house is divided into three living sections, with eight residents residing in each section acting as a family unit.
By LIDAR GRAVE-LAZI
Knesset committee passes measure seeking to put an end to the phenomenon of duplicate and fake party memberships.
Bnai Brak man ignored ministry and didn’t turn up at own hearing.
Ido Sharir promoted regional cooperation among Israelis, Palestinians in field of economics, hi-tech, environment; carried out joint educational activities for Israeli Jews, Arabs.
When parties are weak both democracy and governance suffer; Israel must reform its nationwide proportional representation system
By GIDEON RAHAT
Once a model of urban vision, the closest city to Masada is battling to overcome economic crisis and social transition.
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
As the ‘Three Ls’ breathe down his neck, Netanyahu is becoming increasingly vulnerable
"Ich bin ein Palestinian," lawmaker tweets; Ward has a track record of expressing support for the Palestinians.
By JERRY LEWIS
Shocking primary loss of House Majority Leader leads to panic in Washington on immigration reform, and awe from across the Jewish political spectrum.
By MICHAEL WILNER,MAYA SHWAYDER
Mir Yeshiva scholar has since retracted, apologized for his comments comparing Amalek and the current government.
Israel has some reason for concern, though little is likely to change in near future.
140 young community leaders from 35 countries will meet in Vienna for ‘elevating’
inter-religious dialogue, without an agenda.
By Laura Kelly
‘Metro’ profiles six candidates who hope to draw on their local political experience in the 20th Knesset.
By SHULY WASSERSTROM,TAMARA ZIEVE,SAM SOKOL
The closure of Arad Towels leaves residents questioning their city’s future.
By ANAV SILVERMAN
Citing personal reasons, Mustafa is the first minister to quit since the formation of a unity government with Hamas.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Robert Malley, US negotiator at Camp David, has drawn criticism on all sides both for blaming failure of Camp David talks on Palestinians, while also suggesting Israel engage with Hamas.
All government offices in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip were closed as a result of the one-day strike.
PA president says Israel has threatened to boycott PA over reconciliation gov't with Hamas; warns against Israeli punitive measures.
By KHALED ABU TOAMEH,TOVAH LAZAROFF
The meeting focused on the pending investigation of MK Haneen Zoabi (Balad) for incitement, threats faced by her relatives who identify as Zionists.
Likud lawmakers call them traitors and accuse them of supporting Hamas, but MK Gnaim says he didn't come to Knesset because of Ramadan.
During the meeting with Mayor Davidi, MK Regev called to take citizenship away from Israeli-Arabs who incite to terrorism.
Ten percent of the Israeli population today is elderly, but one fifth live under “miserable conditions.”
Retired historian, semi-retired lawyer voice concern over the extend of gifting by foreign governments to Israeli policy makers.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Doron Almog resigns as Agriculture Ministry, under Yair Shamir, moves to consolidate control of issue.
By Ariel Ben Solomon
The Bible itself recognized that ridding of corruption is central to our entitlement to live in the land.
By RABBI SHLOMO BRODY
The difficulty in picking out a proper leader may also be seen in the fact that the first king of Israel, Saul, also had to be replaced.
By REUVEN HAMMER
"Post"'s diplomatic reporter discusses European ruling to take Hamas off list of terror organizations; religious affairs reporter explains implications of Shas's loss of Yishai.
By FRONTLINES PODCAST
"Post"'s deputy managing editor discusses ramifications of death of Palestinian official following clashes with IDF; environmentalist assesses impact of oil spill in southern Israel.
As Israel heads to early elections, 'Post's political correspondent predicts what Israelis can expect from new government; op-ed editor discusses segregated Arab, Jewish education.
Hack-a-Bibi will involve the other 119 MKs ganging up on Netanyahu following the pullout of IDF troops from Gaza and the end of Operation Protective Edge.
Israel will continue to declare limited humanitarian cease-fires, says senior diplomatic official; IDF has made "significant achievements" in degrading Hamas infrastructure.
Senate passes resolution supporting Israel's right to defend itself against Hamas rocket attacks and tunnel infiltration.
By MICHAEL WILNER
The Israel Allies Foundation coordinates activities of pro-Israel caucuses to bring a unified voice on issues and legislation regarding Israel worldwide.
Israel’s diverse population in its early years simply didn’t ‘clump’ in clean geographic regions. It still doesn’t.
By BRIAN BLUM
The president should not muse in public, only in private, as otherwise musing is transformed into policy.
By YOAV J. TENEMBAUM
Why are we going to the polls? It’s personal; the politicians get up each other’s noses.
By LIAT COLLINS
Throughout the operation, Netanyahu was criticized overtly and implicitly, by members of the opposition and ministers in his own cabinet, including members of his own party.
By Daniel Tauber
The question is whether Netanyahu truly wants to “pay the price” of helping create a viable Palestinian state.
By JEFF BARAK
It is the worst time to make decisions. Anger bubbles up. Anger takes over. Now is not the time to make fateful decisions.
By AVRAHAM AVI-HAI
Lessons from cultural and less cultured recent events.
At such a dramatic crossroads about the very identity of Israel, the country is in need of national elections – now. It is a matter of national emergency.
By URI SAVIR
The only thing Livni’s continued possession of her cabinet seat brings is a sense of security for Netanyahu as he concentrates on his own political survival.
Maybe it is an oligarchy, or an aristocracy, or some sort of anarchistic monarchy? What I do know for sure is that no one actually cares.
By LIOR AKERMAN